Dhanwantaram Thailam pre-post natal treatment oil

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A classic Ayurvedic treatment for expecting and new mothers to relieve pain, fatigue and boost energy and immunity.

Quick Overview:
Dhanwantaram Thailam is a traditional formula that relieves pain, rejuvenates the body and increases immunity. Made with Sesame Oil, Gooseberry, Vetiver, Indian Madder and Sida Cordifolia also known as Bala in Ayurveda, it strengthens the muscles and improves the elasticity of the skin. Also known to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy.
Benefits :
• 100% Natural
• Improves skin texture
• Increases skin elasticity
• Reduces stretch marks
• Boosts immunity
What to Expect
A rich and full-bodied treatment oil with a herbal and earthy scent. Requires massage for best results.

How to Apply

Massage the oil for at least 10-15 minutes to allow it to penetrate deeper into the skin and removes deposits close to the muscle. Leave on for at least 30 minutes and wash off with a mild body cleanser.

Use With


Regular use will balance oily skin conditions and tones the skin surface, helping reduce the appearance of cellulite. This product is a herbal cleanser and skin polisher. Traditionally used after Ayurvedic treatments to clean skin, it can be used as an alternative to soap. Leaves skin noticeably smooth and glowing.A combination of finely powdered herbs, cereals, pulses and nuts with no harmful laurel sulphates. Softens and smoothes while effectively cleansing and exfoliating. Amongst its ingredients are oatmeal, green gram, almond, neem, turmeric and fennel.


Amla or Indian Gooseberry is considered an Ayurvedic elixir for skin and hair and is used in Ayurveda for a variety of beauty treatments. Its natural toning and antibacterial action helps prevent acne and spots while adding a healthy glow to the skin. It also treats dandruff, strengthens hair and promotes hair growth while clearing the build-up of impurities from scalp and reducing itchiness. The nutrients present in Amla penetrate into the follicles, making the hair softer, shinier and voluminous. A natural hair and scalp conditioner, it softens and smoothes the hair cuticle making it less prone to breakage.
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Q. Post natal oil can be used after 6months....it vl remove strecth marks?

Question by: Tanvi on Jan 08, 2017 02:02:17 AM

A. Yes,our Dhanwantaram Thailam Pre-Post Natal Treatment oil can be used after 6 months of pregnancy.It is a traditional formula that reduces stretch marks ,improves skin texture increases skin elasticity ,boosts immunity,relieves pain, rejuvenates the body and increases immunity.

Answer by: Team Kama on Feb 13, 2017 10:09:26 AM

Q. You sent me a sample of the dhanwantaram thalami treatment. Being that I am 70 years old and, of course, not post natal, will it be beneficial for my ageing skin?

Question by: Deborah on Jul 12, 2018 04:44:58 AM

A. Dhanwantaram Thailam is a 100% natural Ayurvedic treatment that also improves texture & elasticity, reduces stretch marks and boosts immunity.

Answer by: Team Kama on Aug 08, 2018 13:40:41 PM

Q. Hi, I am 31 and pregnant. Will be deliverying soon. which oild will you recommand me Muscle toning oil or Dhanwantaram?

Question by: PC on Jul 11, 2019 07:34:06 AM

A. We suggest Dhanwantaram Thailam Pre-Post Natal Treatment a 100% natural, Ayurvedic treatment oil, specially formulated for expectant and new mothers, to relieve pain, prevent stretch marks and improve elasticity, while boosting immunity. Recommended for daily use, by indirectly warming & gently massaging for 10-15 minutes, post 30 minutes use a mild cleanser. Follow with Kokum Almond Body Butter an intense moisturiser to relieve dryness, while preventing stretch marks and improving tone.

Answer by: Team Kama on Jul 22, 2019 07:11:47 AM

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